Here you can find senior citizen trips that are popular for groups looking for a short day or overnight trip.
These trips are popular with seniors looking to spend a day with a group to destinations that offer historic attractions, shopping, places to eat, and are handicap accessible.
Victorian Cape May - Located at the southernmost point in New Jersey, there is a charm and special warmth about this Victorian town. Cape May is not just a summer resort. Throughout the year there are events taking place that include arts/crafts shows, historic site tours, Victorian home tours, a beach front promenade and the charming Washington Street Pedestrian Mall with boutique shops and a variety of restaurants.
Learn about the many attractions in Cape May, the Jersey Shore’s southern most beach destination. [ Read More ]
Historic Clinton - Located in Hunterdon County, this picturesque village is a widely photographed small town with shops and restaurants and a scenic river, an old grist mill and a waterfall winding through it.
The charming downtown village is tree lined with boutique shops and restaurants and an attractive river with an old grist mill, and 200 foot wide waterfall winding through it. It is also the home of The Hunterdon Art Museum. After visiting these historic sites, visitors can spend the remaining day having lunch and shopping in the village.
[ Read More ]
Historic Smithville, NJ - Located north of Atlantic City, Historic Smithville is a great place for a day trip with many charming shoppes and several quaint restaurants. These include 60 shops- 6 restaurants and a serene and scenic Lake Meone to enjoy as you stroll around the beautifully landscaped grounds as you experience what it was like during a time when things were simpler.
They also can make special arrangements for group tours for a day trip at no charge as well as offering discount coupons accepted by many participating shoppes. Town Website
Tuckerton Seaport, NJ - Nestled in Southern Ocean County between the Pine Barrens and the Bay this village is a charming small seafaring town with quaint shops and Seafood restaurants. It is a working maritime village with historic buildings, demonstrations, exhibits, events, festivals, live aquatic displays and more. Decoy carvers, boat builders, basket makers, and baymen entertain, educate and delight visitors of all ages.
The Seaport is a fully handicap accessible site. Tuckerton strives to make its programs accessible to all. Visitors may also use one of our folding wheelchairs. Town Website
Copyright © 2007 - 2016. All rights reserved. www.new-jersey-leisure-guide.com